Aug 14, 2020 09:56 AM
According to the documentation of Rich Text Formatting the Markdown format can handle 2 kind of links:
But to my understanding if I use the API to send a content with the 1st format then it is converted to the 2nd format.
Aug 14, 2020 11:30 AM
In my experience, when using the Scripting API to create a markdown link in a rich text field, inline links remain as inline links and are not converted to reference links.
You could create a link to an Airtable record using its url, just like any other link. You would need to know the table id as well as the record id to build the complete url in the format
https://airtable.com/<table id>/<record id>. Note that the link would open in a new browser window.
Aug 15, 2020 07:49 AM
Thanks I’ll double check the content I send and the content I received
That’s an interesting idea the URL you describe. I think I’ll use that, parse all URL from my wiki notes and fill/update a column with real link to records
Aug 17, 2020 02:27 AM
So I confirm if I send a link like
![ label ] (path/to/image )
it will be rewrite like
![ label ] [ 1 ]
with at the end
[ 1 ] : path/to/image
It would be cool no to rewrite the markdown links